While we spent our day yesterday considering what makes Khaled the best, DJ Khaled was releasing his latest impossibly big budget video in which he just appears in the background appearing to be serving in some kind of stone faced, hand-dancing security capacity for Mary J. Blige, Jadakiss and a woman writhing on an unsafe window. Did you catch the random "the best" lines in Blige's parts? I did. I guess I always assumed Khaled produced his stuff, but he doesn't, so how come he gets top billing here? I mean, he's definitely a bigger star than Jada at this point, but this is, for all purposes, a Mary J. Blige song with bad rapping and a bad intro. But maybe I don't understand Khaled's best-osity. I'll have to read Drew's feature again.